Sounds interesting! Do these groups / communities need a moderator who will explain maths for those willing to expand their knowledge in the field? I'm just trying to understand how this idea is going to be implemented practically. I like maths as you can tell haha.
Thank you for the reply, Maria. Now I see what these "circles" mean. However, in terms of improving education which is the main headline of this challenge, how would this facilitate refugees' knowledge and skills in this sense? From what you said these "circles" mostly bring in the social networking effect rather than delivering knowledge to the community.
Hi Maria, could you tell more specifically how this game would benefit to refugees? I mean if a person don't like maths but wants to learn basic mathematical skills to be able to plan his / her expenses, savings etc., will this game help him / her to develop these skills? Is it more children or adults oriented game in terms of its complexity? Thank you.